Co-starring Zasu Pitts and Fay Wray whose career was pricesely launched by this film. Apparently, the sequel "The Honneymoon" was definitively lost during the 1950s. more info on http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0019558/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wedding_March_(film) favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Erich von Stroheim, Fay Wray, Zasu Pitts, silent movie
No more uploads I was very satisfied with FTP uploading at archive.org. I was able to see exactly how much of the upload had been completed. I was able to see the rate at which the upload was progressing. And, perhaps most important of all, I was able to resume an interrupted upload. In other words, if I had uploaded 90% of a file when the connection was lost, all I had to do was reconnect and upload the remaining 10%. The programmers at archive.org have eliminated the best way of uploading,... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Niagara Falls, Tom Brown, Slim Summerville, Marjorie Woodworth, Zasu Pitts, Hal Roach
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm is a 1917 silent comedy-drama film directed by Marshall Neilan based upon the novel of the same name by Kate Douglas Wiggin. This version is notable for having been adapted by famed female screenwriter Frances Marion. The film was made by the "Mary Pickford Company" and was an acclaimed box office hit. When the play premiered on Broadway in the 1910 theater season the part of Rebecca was played by Edith Taliaferro. Cast Scene from the film Mary Pickford -... Topics: Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, 1917, Mary Pickford, Marshall Neilan, silent film, Zasu Pitts
A comedy about many women in Hollywood who try to get noticed at Tom Breneman's popular radio show Breakfast in Hollywood. - Release Date: 02/26/1946 Mystic Nights Videos favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Tom Breneman, Bonita Granville, Beulah Bondi, Edward Ryan, Raymond Walburn, Billie Burke, Zasu...
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics. Topics: abondoned houses, Potrero Hill Clinic, Lois Bailey, ten years ago column, Sarah Crome, Larry... Source: folio